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Stewart Upped at HBC

Stewart Upped at HBC

Hispanic Broadcasting Corp. promoted David Stewart to vice president of engineering.
Stewart is responsible for technical operations and equipment at existing stations, locating upgrade paths and improving signals of current stations and proposed acquisitions, and for training and supervising the technical staffs of the stations.
He has held engineering management positions in both television and radio. In 1985, he went to Tichenor Media System as chief engineer of KBNA(AM/FM) in El Paso. In 1997, he moved to Dallas to become HBC’s corporate engineer, overseeing market engineering managers, general maintenance, studio and transmitter site construction, station move-ins and upgrades.
Jeff Hinson, senior vice president and chief financial officer of HBC, stated, “Over the last five years, David Stewart and our team of dedicated engineers around the country have guided us through approximately $1.0 billion of acquisitions, the building or renovation of broadcast studios in virtually every one of our markets, and the signal upgrade of several radio stations. David has been instrumental in our efforts to evaluate, acquire and upgrade radio stations around the country and his promotion is recognition of his hard work and dedication.”
Stewart is a member the SBE and is a former chairman and co-editor of the newsletter Chapter 38 in El Paso. He recently was elected chairman of Chapter 67 in Dallas.